Alba de Breton 2001 Reserva (Rioja)

For a full-priced Rioja, it's rather scattered and scouring. The nose is mildly green, while the palate and finish are both fast and raw, bolstered by a pushy streak of core acidity. From the start it strikes an acidic, razor-sharp note, and the finish is mostly defined by oak. Imported by Classical Wines. Michael Schachner

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